Lindsey Wilson has undergone the most dramatic
transformation in the college's 109-year history. The $39 million
expansion includes: the 73,223-square-foot Doris and Bob Holloway
Health & Wellness Center; the Norma and Glen Hodge Center for
Discipleship; 27,100-square-foot Dr. Robert and Carol
Goodin Nursing and Counseling Center; two residence halls, Jerry
and Kendrick McCandless Hall, and Harold J. Smith
Hall; and the Lindsey Wilson Sports Park, which is
home to Blue Raider Stadium for football and track and field, Egnew
Park for baseball, and Blue Raider Field for softball.
Since 1998-99, the LWC student body has grown by more than 1,000
students, the faculty has been more than doubled, ad the size of
the A.P. White Campus has increased from 47 acres to more than 200.
The reason for LWC's phenominal growth is its mission. The
Lindsey Wilson mission permeates the college and is the cornerstone
for all that is done. For more than 100 years, Lindsey Wilson's
mission has been to meet students' educational, social and
spiritual needs by providing an atmosphere of active caring and
Christian concern where every student, every day, learns and
We are glad you have become a member of one of the most exciting
colleges in higher education. The best is yet to come.